Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1994-10-06
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Nakamichi 300> ?> D7; Transfer: Tascam DAP1> Egosys U2A Waveterminal USB> Soundforge4.5xp> CDWave; via mark & julie lonski; ericB
- 2004-05-28 13:04:41
- Nakamichi 300's > ? > Sony D7 > Tascam DA-P1 > Egosys U2A Waveterminal USB > Soundforge4.5xp > CD Wave
- Philadelphia, PA
- Audience: Nakamichi 300's
- Taped by
- mark & julie lonski
- Transferred by
- The Spectrum
Subject: Solid Show
front row because my buddy had a front row center
and i just wanted to see if he was telling the truth!!. sure enough he was and i asked the ticket holder if i could say hello to him and he said sure.. just go back to your seat when the show starts..!! Ofcourse i tapped my buddy on the shoulder and the lights went down and I stayed the whole show..
then a dude with a camera gets in front of me during china/rider and asks if he could get infront
of me and he would send me the pics.. yeah right im thinking.. i gave him my address (rochester ny) and guess what? I got those front row pics
in the mail 3 mos. later. unbelievable. jerry looked haggard but he had a good show. Peace Love Rich - Rochester ny.
Subject: sisters first and last
Subject: solid show, good for 1994, average for most other years
After 100+ shows from 1988 onward, this was the last time I would see the boys in action. The highlight for me is the post-drums section, including a snake-y other one, and a nice outro jam on wharf rat featuring some stellar runs from the big man, and a short, but energetic good lovin. Not a lot of x-factor moments, but no serious flubs either. The previous night was the best of the spectrum run, and stands out more in my memory, as well as on tape.
edited to add: i think i went to school with the taper of this show, if it is indeed the mark lonski who went to phs and played lacrosse. he copied for me some of my first 'bootleg' cassettes, helping to lead me down the path to bolivian...hey mark
Subject: Great Memories
The highlight for me was the New Speedway. The highlight for him was Truckin since it was the only song he knew. Speedway just came on the radio the other day, (believe it or not), and he said he remembered it!!!
Liberty was a nice encore. I always loved that song. I forgot they even did "Way To Go Home". Amazing how listening back to these shows can blow the cobwebs out of the deep dark caverns of my memory banks.
Subject: birtday show first one in a 105
Subject: never forget 10-6-94
The China>Rider is great fun. I heard a better New Speedway today from this year but the Truckin' rocks as does The Other One.
The Wharf Rat is one of those that just breaks your heart. His solo is superb. Why couldn't that guy stick around? Really I'm just listening on computer speakers and I'm floored by it.
Lemieux should really put out a DP of the best of this run. Maybe throw some of the MSG in too. It was the last great tour and this concert proves it.
Subject: Another Strong Fall 1994 show
This is a great crowd tape, and an very good show in a very good tour.
Subject: Folks this is a keeper and the best '94 show
Hot Wharf rat++
5 for 94, 4.0 for sound quality. Better than the Omni or Silverbowl IMHO. I went to the Garden shows and thought they were uneventful - this is better.
Subject: bad sound quality here
Subject: MY FIRST SHOW!!!!
Subject: If you can't dance to this one, you are broken
People say you can't dance to "Easy Answers."
I respond by saying, "If you can't dance to Easy Answers, then you are broken." This was a great night to show a few of the people (from my spot in the tapers pit) how it could be done. Good fun.
The NSB => Truckin' is a gas of a time, and will show whether or not your playback system has real bass response.
The Liberty encore rocks.
Subject: Great 94 show
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